The Right Projects Done on Time: Seven Steps to Successful IT Governance

By Jeff Toaddy in EDUCAUSE Review
April 19, 2019

Effective processes to evaluate and track projects are essential for building a trusted partnership between IT and client departments.

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How Students May Be Cheating Their Way Through College

By Tovia Smith
04/08/2019 on NPR

…Concern is growing at the nation’s colleges and universities about a burgeoning online market, where students can buy ghost-written essays. Schools are trying new tools to catch it… Read full article here.

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TeamDynamix provides a single platform for IT Service Management

04/10/2019 on Help Net Security
…This new service will work with the core asset management functionality within the TDX platform to offer a complete, up-to-date view of assets across the enterprise… Read full article here.

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Advance Publications buys Oakland-based online plagiarism detector Turnitin for $1.75 billion

By Dawn Kawamoto
03/08/2019 on San Francisco Business Times

…The purchase of Turnitin, an online grading and anti-plagiarism company, will give Advance Publications an educational technology (edtech) presence…Read full article here.

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Turnitin to Be Acquired by Advance Publications for $1.75B

By Sydney Johnson
03/06/2019 on Edsurge

….Turnitin, an Oakland, Calif.-based developer of software that uses artificial intelligence to scan students’ writing and code assignments to check for plagiarism, will be acquired by Advance Publications, a media conglomerate that also owns Condé Nast. The deal, which The Wall Street Journal estimated is worth nearly $1.75 billion, is expected […]

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Advance Publications to Buy Plagiarism-Scanning Company Turnitin for Nearly $1.75 Billion

By Melissa Korn
03/06/2019 on Wall Street Journal

Advance Publications Inc. agreed to acquire Turnitin, the software company that allows teachers to check whether papers submitted by students have been plagiarized, for nearly $1.75 billion, according to people familiar with the matter…Read full article here.

By |March 6th, 2019|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|